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How to export notebook in colored PDF form [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Saving a notebook as PDF, preserving syntax highlighting I would like to export my notebook code in a colored PDF form. What I do is select the brace in the right side of the ...
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Which style sheet options should be set to export to a color PDF? [duplicate]

I have a Mathematica 10.4 notebook that I need to export to a color PDF. In looking through the other postings, I have tried setting the PrintingStyleEnvironment to Printout but cannot seem to export ...
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What´s the best way to COPY/PASTE Mathematica code into Word?

As you can see in the image the code, with a standard copy/paste you obtain squares instead of "Return=New Line". What´s the best way to copy and paste Mathematica code into Word? One choice is a ...
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Is it possible to change the fontsize when printing a notebook in the working environment?

I want to print a notebook that owns syntax color,I use the Szabolcs's method SetOptions[$FrontEndSession, PrintingStyleEnvironment -> "Working"] Then I can ...
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Background color of Code cell lost when convert a notebook file to pdf

Well, I have a notebook with the built-in stylesheet Preprint, which I'd like to convert it to pdf. Everything works well except for the code cells(I use the shortcut key alt+8 to create cells of code ...
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Saving a notebook as a $\LaTeX$ file, with syntax highlighting preserved

How can I save a notebook as a $\LaTeX$ file, while preserving the syntax highlighting (such as input/output boxes)?
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How to Enable Syntax Coloring of Pattern Match Variable Only (i.e. Without Coloring any Associated Pattern)?

Syntax coloring for the following function definition foo[x_List] := ... will color green (and italicize by default) the argument name ...
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Hide all code cells in notebook with Style: Input

I am using a standard notebook file in which code is showing different plots. How can I hide all code cells with Sytle: Input so that I can Export the Notebook to a pdf file which is showing only the ...
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Export notebook as PDF with all formats

I would like to export my notebook to a PDF File. I was wondering if it is possible to keep the whole layout, like In[1]:= on the left side. The cell brackets on ...
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Saving a notebook as CDF, preserving syntax highlighting

My question is virtually the same as Saving a notebook as PDF, preserving syntax highlighting except that I'd like to save my file (a tutorial on Mathematica) as a .CDF file and thus keep the syntax ...
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Exporting a document to PDF with syntax highlighting preserved

Is it possible to export the code with the syntax highlighting preserved (in Mathematica 11, Windows) For example something like this gets printed to PDF like this, which looses readability (An ...